Want to go for a walk? I went on a walking tour of Charleston, South Carolina last week while there for a geology conference. Many of you know that Charleston was the unfortunate victim of a rather large earthquake back in the late 1800s. Led by Dr. Briget Doyle’s fill-in of the Geology Department from the College of Charleston, we walked around the southeastern portion of the Charleston Peninsula for an overview of the earthquake and an account of the structural damage recorded in the repair work still visible today.
I will say that I did not get a lot of one-on-one time with Dr. Doyle’s substitute guide. He was busy. The whole conference seemed to have an aura of “busy” about it. Or, maybe it was “running late”? I’m not sure. There was definitely the sense of a shortage of time the whole week with just about everyone. Regardless, I thought of you, my beloved readers and guests, and obtained enough digital photographs to fill about 3 DVDs. Not that I’m going to show that many here! More that there are plenty to choose from. So let’s go for a walk around town and I’ll try to do this . . . → Read More: Charleston Earthquake Photo Tour